[OPE-L:4859] Re: The TSSI vs. Physicalism

From: Drewk (Andrew_Kliman@msn.com)
Date: Fri Feb 09 2001 - 08:40:04 EST

Julian has informed me that the paper I sent as an attached Word
97 file, in OPE-L 4853, was corrupted.  Thanks for letting me
know, Julian!

BTW, the file I sent to OPE-L is fine.  (I saved the message I
sent, and just opened the file from that message.  No problem.)
But the one I received back is corrupted, too.

I have sent the paper again to Julian, Rieu, and Jerry.  I will be
happy to send it to anyone else who asks.  Don't want to try the
OPE-L route again.

Here is the paper again.


Andrew ("Drewk") Kliman
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the particular reality by the Idea."

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Subject: [OPE-L:4853] Re: The TSSI vs. Physicalism

It seems to me that what Jerry's (and Rieu's) recent posts on this
topic (e.g., OPE-L 4850) are trying to get at is something like
this:  how does Marx's value theory, as understood by its temporal
single-system interpretation, contribute to an understanding of
actual events in today's economy?

I am attaching (as a Word 97 file) a paper of mine, written two
years ago, "Debt, Economic Crisis, and the Tendential Fall in the
Profit Rate:  A temporal perspective," that addresses this matter.
(It has been published in Portuguese and will be published in
Spanish, so versions in those languages are also available.)

Andrew Kliman

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